You'd think it was NBC's first time airing the Golden Globes.
Starting with the red carpet preshow, the award show was riddled with glitches. Red carpet interviews were at times inaudible due to microphone malfunctions.
Once the actual award show began, the sound cut off several times for longer-than-normal censorship periods.
There were also teleprompter issues when actresses Jaimie Alexander and Amber Heard took the stage to present an award.
The actresses stood silently for several seconds while presumably waited for the teleprompter to cue their lines. Alexander couldn't help but criticize the person running the teleprompter.
— Mark Pants (@fontzepontze) January 11, 2016
Both camera person and teleprompter typist are drunk. #GoldenGlobes
— Jacob Gross (@jcbgrss) January 11, 2016
#GoldenGlobes the sound quality is really bad. What is going on?
— Melissa Harker (@MelissaHarker) January 11, 2016
— Glaelis Sierra-Gomez (@glaelis) January 11, 2016
Guess there was a Blindspot in the teleprompter HEYO!!! #GoldenGlobes
— Sam Pasternack (@SamPasternack) January 11, 2016